All Projects

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Transit-Oriented Communities

Transit-oriented communities (TOC) are part of the government’s plan to build new, sustainable transit. TOC will enhance Ontario’s “New Subway Transit Plan for the GTA” by placing more housing and jobs near or at transit stations along the routes of the province’s four priority subway projects, including the Ontario Line, the Yonge North Subway Extension, the Scarborough Subway Extension, and the Eglinton Crosstown West Extension.

Infrastructure Ontario is leading the development of TOC’s related to the priority subway projects while Metrolinx is leading TOC on GO Rail and Light Rail Transit Stations. Learn more about the government’s plan for transit-oriented communities.

The Ontario Line is a 15.6-kilometre stand-alone rapid transit line that will connect the Ontario Science Centre to Exhibition/Ontario Place. Over half of the route is planned to run underground through new tunnels, with the remainder running along elevated and at-grade rail corridor sections of track.
The Yonge North Subway Extension (YNSE) will extend the TTC’s Line 1 subway service approximately 8 kilometres from the existing terminus at Finch Station into the City of Richmond Hill. This is a cross-jurisdictional project spanning the City of Toronto and York Region, including sections within the cities of Markham, Vaughan and Richmond Hill.
The Scarborough Subway Extension is a 7.8 kilometre extension of TTC's Line 2 Bloor-Danforth Subway, from the existing Kennedy Station northeast to McCowan Road/Sheppard Avenue. The line will include three new stations at Lawrence Avenue and McCowan Road, Scarborough Centre and a terminal station at McCowan Road and Sheppard Avenue.